Tesla update adds automatic high beams to Autopilot 2.0

Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors has announced that it will occasionally roll out over-the-air software updates to offer slight tweaks and adding a few new features to existing functions.

The new over-the-air update, which has already been made available for Autopilot 2.0 cars starting August 16th, will bring parity to all models of the electric cars, featuring the latest Autopilot hardware.

Tesla’s 2017.32 software update is bringing small updates to the company’s semi-autonomous Autopilot control algorithm that it is constantly enhancing.

The automatic high beams for all Autopilot 2.0-powered cars are already available for Autopilot 1.0 cars as well as some Autopilot 2.0 cars. Now this technology is available to every Autopilot 2.0 vehicle in every Tesla market.

The Autopilot 2.0 was first announced in October last year. But, it remained disabled on nearly every driver-assist Autopilot 2.0 vehicles. This innovative feature came online only after the e-car maker tested and pushed it to Tesla owners via over-the-air updates.